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Marys Magic Potion
Side effects of this? ## I'm sorry, but these are regional medications, usually mixed by local pharmacists on orders from a doctor, so what they contain can vary from area to area, thus, I can't provide you any information based on just the name. Do you know what your doctor instructed you to use it for? Do you know what it contains? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Mon, Aug 22 '11, 10:40 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 221562
marys magic potion #99
mouth rinse ## These are regional specific items, they contain ingredients specified by some doctors in certain areas and mixed by local pharmacists. Unfortunately, this means there is no way for us to know the ingredients or any other information. ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Mon, Dec 08 '08, 11:20 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 185872
Marys Magic
Cough potion ## A similar cough potion goes by the name of . It is reported to contain a compounded formula of Dexamethasone + Diphenhydramine + Nystatin + Tetracycline although pharmacists will often report many variations to this. Another pharmacist reports "The usual concoction contains equal amounts of viscous lidocaine and diphenhydramine for analgesia ... and Maalox or a similar antacid to enhance coating of the ingredients in the mouth. Some also include nystatin to prevent or treat fungal growth ... a corticosteroid to reduce inflammation ... or tetracycline to prevent secondary bacterial infections" [1] Is the product you're talking about something which can be purchased ready made, or is it a formula which you would ask a pharmacist to put together? Please post bac... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Dexamethasone.
Fri, Jul 03 '09, 3:38 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 192951
Mary's Magic Potion ... as Tetracy/Hydroc/Nystat/Diphenhi
does anyone know the ingrediants...for Marys magic potion...label on bottle ... Tetracy/Hydroc/Nystat/diphenhi... please help ## Based on the abbreviated ingredients which you listed I am going to take a shot at it: Tetracy = Tetracycline Hydroc = Hydrocodone ** Hydrocortisone Nystat = Nystatin Diphenhi = Diphenhydramine Those are my guesses, I may be mistaken, but hope this helps! There is also a related discussion thread about this located at: Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do... ## Mary's contains: benadryl (diphenhydramine) elixir hydrocortinsone nystatin suspension tetracycline NO hydrocodone!! ## Thank you for your correction John - it has been noted ! So the 'Hydroc' stands for Hydrocortisone, NOT Hydrocodone. Thanks aga... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Tetracycline.
Wed, Sep 15 '10, 5:16 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 187583
Mary's Magic Potent
I'm a nursing student and my patient had an order for Mary's Magic Potent - 15 ml po qidr - swish and swallow. I cannot find any information in my resource books for this medication - usual dosage - used to treat what - drug catagory - nursing considerations - etc. Can you help - please - thanks - CForster, NS ## Are you in the U.S.? There are no prescription drugs in the US under that name. I checked all the databases I can find, my best guess is that it is some form of an OTC supplement. ## My husband was also prescribed this medicine, so I decided to research it. What I found out is the pharmacist mixes maalox, benadryl and lidocaine together and then you have Marys Magic Potion. I hope this helps. ## Thanks for providing that information Cary. Being something the pharmacist ... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Maalox.
Tue, May 06 '14, 9:26 AM   29  Subscribe to thread 169236


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